Border Youth Tennis Exchange

About Border Youth Tennis Exchange

Border Youth Tennis Exchange (BYTE) is a binational youth development organization that uses a combination of sports and academic instruction to support vulnerable youth on both sides of the US-México border in Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora, Mexico. Together, these border sister cities are known as Ambos Nogales. BYTE’s stated mission is to empower youth through tennis, educational programming and cross-border exchange to build leadership, strong communities and a positive appreciation of the US-México border region. BYTE is one of 250 youth-serving, community tennis nonprofits across the US that offer free and subsidized sports and education programming and make up the US Tennis Association Foundation’s (USTAF) National Junior Tennis & Learning (NJTL) Network. BYTE is one of only a few NJTL organizations to operate in the border region and the only NJTL to operate internationally.


Job Description

  • Communications and outreach
    • Contribute to drafting of BYTE monthly newsletter
    • Contribute to maintenance of BYTE’s website
    • Contribute to creating and management of BYTE social media and integration with fund development calendar
  • Individual Donor Fundraising
    • Assist development of actionable fundraising calendar
    • Assist in planning and execution virtual fund development campaigns; including the integration of social media and email marketing
    • Support the management of BYTE’s CRM donor management system
  • Grant Writing
    • Support the preparation of materials for small to medium size grant opportunities
    • Research 2021-22 grant opportunities and contribute to a grant matrix calendar
  • Administration
    • Maintain consistent email and video communications with BYTE Executive Director
  • Programs
    • Assist in development and deployment of program materials
    • Assist in development and execution of program evaluation and reporting

Desired Skills

  • Education
    • Undergraduate degree or progress toward undergraduate degree
    • Preferred subjects
      • Public Health
      • Latin American Studies
      • Marketing & Communications
      • Similar social science field
  • Experience
    • Ideal candidates
      • Strong background in competitive or recreational tennis
      • Experience teaching or mentoring k-12 youth
      • Familiarity with digital marketing and communications
      • Bilingual in English/Spanish (preferred but not mandatory)
  • Candidate should be
    • Comfortable networking and dealing with people in diverse settings
    • Interested in being part of a dynamic cross-border team
    • Proactive, responsible, organized and self-reliant
    • Able to plan small and medium sized projects and see them through
    • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and email communication


Location: 4378 Howe St, Oakland CA 94611
Supervisor: Charlie Cutler, [email protected]
Weekly Schedule: Monday through Friday, 9 AM – 5 PM
Housing Provided: No
Ground Transportation Stipend: No
Dedicated Workspace Provided: Impact Hub
Monthly Living Allowance: $1916.32
Relocation Stipend: 
$750 (those living more than 50 miles from organization)
Post Service AmeriCorps Benefit: Segal Education Award ($6000) or Cash Benefit ($1800)

BYTE Leadership

Charlie Cutler

Executive Director of BYTE

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